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Given everything we’ve seen in 2020, this probably shouldn’t surprise anyone. Young people who have been paying attention to what is happening to their peers as they head into the workplace, and their parents as they struggle with raising children … Read More The post Linked: Growing number of college students want future employers to include mental health benefits appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider…
Best Practices for Organizations to Mitigate Risks in Collaboration Software McKinsey report: 62% of workers worry about their mental health The way we train AI is fundamentally flawed Estate planning means organizing passwords Microsoft 365 is going full cop on employees with constant monitoring Don’t Let Amazon Spammers Scam Your Grandma this Holiday Season Why Start-Up Culture Still Hides Mental Health Struggles 5 meaningful ways to gift your employees this holiday Proportionality: Cost Remains The…
The whole article is full of good advice, if not advice that should be obvious, like this: “Rather than conducting employee performance reviews once or twice a year, tweak them so that they happen weekly or monthly, and so that … Read More The post Linked: These Simple Changes to Your Performance Reviews Will Make More Effective Employees appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing…
There is a lot to consider in the article below, but this, I think, really gets at the core of the struggle for remote working: ““Rewarding people who come early and leave late is a habit to break,” Sijbrandij said. … Read More The post Linked: Biggest work from home mistakes: Harvard Business School remote guru appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the…
Metadata Vanishes – Craig with a good explanation of why sending your photo evidence as inline images in an email is not ideal.. 6 skills employees will need in the post-pandemic workplace Employee Burnout: How Leaders Can Help Right Now 5 Remote Work Practices for Better Work-Life Balance 27% of Ransomware Victims Pay the Ransom The Power of Proactive E-Discovery TAR 1.0 vs TAR 2.0: Is the Newer Version the Better Version? Five Reasons Why…
This is something that I learned about years ago, and found it completely fascinating, and it has also been a lesson that has helped me understand what is really going on in many places, including with technology: “The physical world … Read More The post Linked: Software is trying to change your habits. Make sure you agree with it. appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider…
This is an important thing to remember: “One of the major problems with complex jargon is that it makes the listener or reader feel isolated, like they “don’t belong” in the conversation. So they walk away feeling less interested and … Read More The post Linked: The Power of Simple Communication: Why Plain Language Is Better Than Complex Jargon appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider…
Why Taking a Break is Good for Your Mental Health Why Is Age Not Part of Diversity and Inclusion? Data and Time Frames Are Forcing a Shift in eDiscovery Workflows How ‘toxic positivity’ at work may be damaging your mental health Google Photos will end its free unlimited storage on June 1st, 2021 Craig Ball Weighs in on Embedded Graphics in Emails: eDiscovery Best Practices Expect Pandemic-Related Addiction Among Employees Cybersecurity Threats in 2020 now…
I would slightly disagree with David’s headline here, I don’t believe you should “wing” any instruction, but I digress. What is true, is that there are very few people who’ve done online instruction, especially with video on, often enough to … Read More The post Linked: You Can’t Wing Virtual Instruction appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS Feed.…
Well yeah, this is the most important message from the article, and the whole reason I’m sharing it: “”Software is freely available that can permanently wipe USB drives, so if you are going to sell a device we would strongly recommend using that.””… Read More The post Linked: Warning after 75,000 ‘deleted’ files found on used USB drives appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing…